PSPWare
PSPWare
2.5.2

4.1

PSPWare free download for Mac

PSPWare

2.5.2
05 December 2007

Integrates your PSP with your Mac.

Overview

PSPWare integrates your Sony PSP with your Mac, simply, effectively and non-intrusively!

Sync your music, movies and photos and back up your game saves with ease using PSPWare. You specify what you want synced and PSPWare takes care of the rest automatically, day-to-day, syncing optimally as you would expect, without taking up your precious time!

PSPWare automatically converts movies to PSP format, all it takes is a single drag and drop operation! PSPWare will also automatically sync selected iPhoto albums, iTunes playlists and Backup your save games!

PSPWare even supports multiple Memory Sticks, sync movies to one stick, photos to another, or a combination of whatever combination you want.

From the ground up, PSPWare is designed with the Mac and ease of use in mind, try it and you will not be disappointed!

What's new in PSPWare

Version 2.5.2:
  • Fixes Leopard incompatibilities.

60 PSPWare Reviews

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Anonymous
15 March 2005

Most helpful

Movie auto convert feature is really fantastic!
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Version 1.0
Nerfgun
11 July 2008
Nullriver continually says they haven't abandoned the software but with a (maybe) twice-yearly update schedule at best, it may as well be abandoned. If it works for you, great, but if it doesn't you can expect exactly *zero* support. They've been this way for years, as near as I can tell. Nullriver, if you are reading this, your coders are ok but your customer service is absolutely horrible.
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Version 2.5.2
Daveperyam
07 April 2008
I hope to change this review when I am finally contacted back by support@nullriver, but to this moment none of my three emails sent over the last 10 days have been responded to. so I am forced to write a bad review. I downloaded Medialink to my 1st Gen Intel iMac 10 days ago. It installed with no problems. Once installed I paid for the activation code and registered the product. I did this before I fully tested out the software. This was my mistake. Once registered I went in to the other room to check the ps3 and found the system was reporting a DLNA Protocol Error 7531. But there is no information on their website regarding this issue. With this error by ps3 does not recognize any files on my computer at all, no music no movies no pictures no file structure. I have emailed Nullriver 3 times and never heard anything back from them. not even a "we got your email but cannot respond at this time, please be patient". Help! I would like to use this software and not have to go back to Nullriver and demand my monies back. Help, Help!
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Version 2.5.2
thec13
30 November 2007
Anyone having problems with this under Leopard?
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Version 2.5.1
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thec13
thec13
01 December 2007
Nevermind, I downloaded Missing Sync for PSP and I like it better. More options.
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Version 2.5.1
Mario-f
21 November 2007
Just Got it, best app for psp on the mac!! no problems so far, uploaded many movies!!
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Version 2.5.1
Pfusion
26 May 2007
Yes, it is difficult to get in touch with the developer. I sent a firm letter to the customer service folks this morning and they responded. They resent my registration info and it worked......a great application.....I hope the developer keeps up.
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Version 2.5.1
Missmac
01 April 2007
I paid for this app 7 days again and still haven't received a SN. When I emailed them they told me to wait. As a Mac user for 20 years and now my own children all have Macs, I find it totally unacceptable to have to wait on a piece of shareware that could of easily been automated if the developer used Kagi or some other sort of cart system. I needed this software to convert some shows before I left on a trip (long car ride for the kids), and here I am almost done with my trip and still no SN and no answer from the developer. My suggestion is if you want to support good software developers, find another piece of software to support. This was a total 'take the money and run' situation.
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Version 2.5.1
Myamid
18 March 2007
Overall, I would say this is the best PSP app on the Mac... It takes a little getting used to (some things are a little too automated), but it works well & the video Quality it produces on the PSP is pretty good. It's also well integrated with the iApps (though don't expect protected music or movies to work) On the downside, though the app is supposed to be universal, the encoders themselves (to convert movies) are PPC, resulting in subpar performance on Intel Macs. I manually updated them in the App package with Universal versions of the same app (packaged in various other apps) and encoding speed nearly doubled... Food for thought :)
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Version 2.5.1
Lupinglade
16 February 2007
Dear customers, It has been brought to our attention that several users did not receive replies to support requests. We are working on ironing out any such issues and we have taken steps to improve our technical support services. We receive many requests daily, including ones that require numerous replies and it has been difficult for us to reply within the same day. We are developing a new system to help us ensure faster support and we are also hiring additional support staff. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused our customers. Please understand that we are a growing company and we will be doing our best to provide our services to you. If you have not received a reply via technical support, please e-mail me directly at: mrogov@nullriver.com and I will do my best to help you get any issues resolved quickly. Further, there have been rumors of Nullriver Software having stopped developing PSPWare -- I assure you this is incorrect. We are in fact working on a major update for PSPWare and adding support for the PS3 (you heard it here first!). Please, in the future, refer to our web site for updates on our products and company and not forums where misinformation is often spread. PSPWare at its current stage is a very popular and highly rated product. We believe we have a good working milestone out right now, and that is why there are no current minor updates. We are working on bigger updates. Thank you for your attention, Maksim Rogov President Nullriver, Inc.
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Version 2.5.1
1 answer(s)
Texinick
Texinick
29 July 2007
Thanks for the update. However, I purchased this software what feels like a couple of years ago, and I feel quite abandoned by Nullriver. You say to check out your website for updates, yet there has been NO comments on your site about PSPWare since March 2006. In your forums (pointed to on your own PSPWare), you seem to be completing ignoring any posts made there. Furthermore, you have completely ignored the requests for H.264 encoding from many of your customers. So please excuse YOUR CUSTOMERS for assuming that PSPWare is no longer being developed, or that you don't care about your paying customers, because that is EXACTLY WHAT WE DO THINK!! I also find it quote offensive that you can come and post this message here, yet you can't put this sort of thing in your forums or on your website.. where you tell us to go for all the updated news. I, for one, regret ever giving you any of my money, and would recommend that people look at the history of PSPWare, and check out their forums and history, before parting with any money.
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Version 2.5.1
Nerfgun
22 January 2007
This was a fantastic app back in early 2006 but is now AbandonWare, as the developer has left it to stagnate for many many months now. Their own forums are rife with people asking what is going on, and no answer at all. It saddens me to say it, as I really liked PSPWare once, but - DON'T spend any money on this app, as it will be largely wasted.
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Version 2.5.1
1 answer(s)
Zivko
Zivko
26 January 2007
Totally agree. The PSP has had several firmware updates and newly added features since the latest release of PSPware, and the developers haven't made any sort of effort to update the program. Oh, unless of course they're working on a 3.0, which you'll have to pay for, of course.
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Version 2.5.1
Super-a
06 January 2007
Awesome application, does what it says. One complaint though... why not have bookmarks from FireFox and other web browsers? Does anyone still really use Safari?
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Version 2.5.1
2 answer(s)
Zivko
Zivko
26 January 2007
Yes, don't be ignorant. a majority of the Mac base use Safari, I guess some people can't be pleased.
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Version 2.5.1
Super-a
Super-a
30 January 2007
Isn't this guy supposed to be in day care? n00b.
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Version 2.5.1
$15.00

4.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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